I have been working on an habitable moon (roughly 0.7 to 0.9 times the mass of the earth) orbiting a gas giant about 3 times the mass of jupiter and I have been thinking about a scenario in which I'd place it at an orbit further away from the gas giant but in a 5:2 spin-orbit resonance thus ensuring that it would still have an earth-like day night cycle.
However, I have been adamant on making that scenario canon because the moon would effectively rotate within the tidal bulges that would form due to the gas giant's gravitational pull and I figured that it would make tides really really bad for the continents. Still I never let go completely of the idea and now I'd like to have some certitude on the matter.
Here is a bit more data:
Mass of the moon=0.7-0.9 earths
Structure of the moon: Molten iron core, metal rich mantle (5-10% compared with earth's 5%), oceans covering about 60 to 65% of the surface
Mass of the gas giant=3 Jupiters about 951 Earths
Distance between the moon and the gas giant: 1002900 kms
Rotation: 36 hours
Orbital period: 90 hours
How bad would tides be on my world? And in case they were apocalyptic...how can I can mitigate them?